Cultural criminology is avowedly sonic, sensory, and visual. It fuses criminology with video ethnography and documentary filmmaking to inflect the immediacy of lived experiences.
Below are a few recent publications on visual methods in criminology that might be useful to those new to this field of study.
- Keith Hayward – Opening the lens: Cultural criminology and the image
- Jeff Ferrell and Cécile Van de Voorde – The Decisive Moment: Documentary Photography and Cultural Criminology
- Phil Carney – Crime, punishment and the force of photographic spectacle
- Expanding the Criminological Imagination with “Mardi Gras—Made in China” as a Case Study
- David Redmon – Beads, Bodies, and Trash introduction
- Beads, Bodies and Trash
- Carnivalesque Films